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English-German translation for: that happen to be
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[things that happen or have to be done compulsorily]Zwangsmäßigkeiten {pl} [Dinge, die zwangsmäßig geschehen oder zu tun sind]
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paradox [a seemingly contradictory statement that might be true] [a self-contradictory statement that at first seems true]Paradoxon {n} [geh.] [Widerspruch in sich selbst]
law dative {adj} [that may be given]vergebbar
[washing that can / needs to be boiled]Kochwäsche {f}
fakeable {adj} [that which can be faked or falsified]verfälschbar
hopefully {adv} [sentence adverb: it is to be hoped that ...]hoffentlich
pol. [principle that benefits must be lower than wages]Lohnabstandsgebot {n}
naut. spillage [that can be swept up]Fegsel {n} [regional] [Kehricht]
for. dry fallen wood [that can be legally gathered]Leseholz {n}
law [list of dog breeds that are considered to be dangerous]Rasseliste {f}
switch [thin stick that can be easily bent]Gerte {f} [Rute]
to hold [be of the opinion (that)]dafürhalten [geh.] [der Meinung sein (dass)]
admin. [letter demanding that sth. be done within a certain time]Binnenbrief {m} [ugs.]
[to scream so loudly that it can be heard all down the street]häuserweit schreien
gastr. cooking spray [e.g. cooking oil that can be sprayed on a pan]Kochspray {n} [seltener {m}]
med. palpable {adj} [tumor etc. that can be felt]ertastbar [Tumor u. ä.]
comp. problem domain [area of expertise or application that needs to be examined to solve a problem]Anwendungsdomäne {f} [abgegrenztes Problemfeld]
[letter stating that one's job application would be filed for future vacancies]Eis-Schreiben {n} [Jargon im Personalwesen]
idiom be that as it will [less frequent than: be that as it may]sei es, wie es sei
go-to [attr.] [coll.] [sth. that can always be relied on]eine Bank {f} für jdn./etw. [etw. worauf immer Verlass ist]
impact evaluation [assesses the changes that can be attributed to a particular intervention]Wirkungsuntersuchung {f} [Untersuchung von langfristigen Wirkungen eines Programmes / einer Maßnahme]
that {adv} [so] [e.g. that much, that furious]so [dermaßen] [z. B. so viel, so wütend]
[late (deceased)] {adj} [attr.] [may in German be used colloquially hum. for things that do not exist any longer, besides the standard meaning for persons which is becoming old-fashioned]seligen Angedenkens [nachgestellt] [ugs. hum.] [einstig, früher] [nicht Personen betreffend]
to lie [be in a horizontal position, be situated]liegen
to come under [be to be found under]sich finden unter
Unverified ... be applied [be based on / be used]... zugrunde gelegt werden
Unverified to get to [coll.] [be, be situated]abbleiben
econ. jobs full-time equivalent <FTE> [FTE of 1.0 means that the person's hours worked is equivalent to that of a full-time worker]Mitarbeiteräquivalent {n}
to transpire [happen]geschehen
to transpire [happen]sich ereignen
to be on the cards [Br.] [idiom] [be likely, be expectable](durchaus) zu erwarten sein
ling. spoken text [text that has been spoken or that is intended for being spoken]Sprechtext {m} [gesprochener oder für das Sprechen vorgesehener Text]
to befall [literary] [happen]sich ereignen
to concur [happen together]zusammenkommen [Ereignisse]
to transpire [occur, happen]passieren [geschehen]
in store {adj} [about to happen]bevorstehend
there {adv} [in that respect; on that matter / issue]da [in dieser Hinsicht; in dieser Sache / Angelegenheit]
to come about [happen]sich zutragen [geh.]
to go on [to happen]vor sich gehen
ling. consuetudinal be [uninflected use of the verb "be" to indicate habitual or frequent action][unflektierter Gebrauch des Verbs "be"]
to anticipate sth. [cause to happen sooner]etw. beschleunigen
to befall [literary] [happen, occur]sich zutragen [geh.]
to betide sb. [literary] [happen to sb.]jdm. zustoßen
to concur [happen together]auf einmal eintreten [gleichzeitig]
to occur [happen, take place]sich zutragen [geh.]
to take place [idiom] [happen]sich abspielen [stattfinden]
law travel birth tourism [also: birth-tourism] [travelling to another country so that the child becomes a lawful citizen of that country]Geburtstourismus {m} [Reise in ein anderes Land, damit das Kind die dortige Staatsangehörigkeit erhält]
to occur [happen, take place]vorfallen [geschehen, sich zutragen]
to follow sth. [happen after sth.]auf etw.Akk. erfolgen
to overtake sb. [happen to sb. suddenly and unexpectedly]jdn. überraschen
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